CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19)- Led Zeppelin, The Who and The Rolling stones were all part of a special anniversary celebration in the Tri-State Sunday afternoon.
The real band members weren't there, but students rocking out to their famous jams were as part of the one year anniversary for the School of Rock Mason.
The school teaches students all about rock music, and gives them a chance to perform live.
These musicians weren't even born when the songs they played were first released. But, thanks to this school, they're getting a firsthand look at some music they probably won't learn in the high school marching band.
"When they have their music programs, it's typically concert bands, marching bands, maybe a jazz band or an orchestra. But to be able to play rock, which all these kids are doing, is just not something schools offer," said Tim Garry, owner of the School of Rock Mason.